NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A.J. Brown was a rookie unknown at the start. Ryan Tannehill didn’t start until Week 7. Corey Davis had a toe issue pop up somewhere along the way. And slow-starting Adam Humphries missed the final four regular-season games and the first two playoff contests because of a bad ankle.

As good as the Titans passing game was in 2019, it was rare that everything was functioning together.


(Photo: Mark Humphrey, AP via pool.)

So 2020’s optimism comes in part because Tannehill’s is the guy from the absolute beginning, Brown’s established as a fierce firebrand. Davis just came off PUP and looks back in form. Humphries is moving great, running the sort of precise routes the Titans signed him for a year ago.

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